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Sydney. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

Sydney. (rnoii OUB OWN COUUEBPOKDENT.) Juuunry 1). The Dubyato, Dunodin to 2Tetv Zeuhtml, arrivod to-duy undur jury mastB, on Arc, in Ion* or tho tug Commodore. Strenuous efforts arc being mud* in favor of tho commutation of the death sentence oft Ho, UiR mother and (sister havo arrived frtnu Mvlbouiuc bringio/f a petition sinned by ninety of tho Victorian residents, Th<? parents will present the petition to tho Governor to-morrow. Two women were killed by lightning on Wednesday during a heavy btorin.

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. mEffi'WAHWIOK AftCUS: to now printed 1 ana jratotabort 111 thaw new ooiiujuXUoub prendeos In palinerln-fctraet, directly °I> podiitti T«wn Uifll, wUftrc all «rbn ana pammnmaatlooM are requertod to to MHa tntttOi v ABTHUB MORGAN Beptm&eiM, l8t». \ ? WANTED a Good General SERVANT, must be ablu to cook ; good wugea. Apply at onoe to Msg. WILLS, Boykl Hotel; AILora. 87 WANTED Six Men for RINGBABEING. Wages, IBs. per week and found. Apply Avgua Office. 38 WANTED a Good Genera! SERVANT for' No*th l'oolburra. Apply ky letter to J! us. W. li. (Joujts, >'orSb Toulbnrra. 28 WANTED to be known that the CHEAP MEAT COMPANY'S SHOP is el most tho only ono in Australia where JOINTS of PRIME BEEF can be purchased at l^^per WANTED a Good LAUNDRESS, Apply to MRS. 8. Nunh, Graf ton-street Warwick. 48 WANTED Housekeepers to try SANDER SUN'S BAKING PONDER a.d SANDERSON'S WASHING CRYSTAL bold by all Grooors, and Wholesale by F SANDERSON, Kelvin Grove-road, Brisbane 974 £1 ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

HENRY BOYLE, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOB, PAMrERIN-STRKKT, WABWICK. 1034 The Building Trade. WALLACE"Sc GIBSON CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, & GENERAL CONTRACTORS, Gpf-stbeet, Warwick. 768 [A CARD.] W, GAISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, ft General Contractor, PERCY-STREET, WARWICK. rrilMBER Yard, for tl>o Supply of PISE, X CEDAR, and HARDWOOD, of &U lengths and dimensions, at lowest rates. 895 [CARD. ] W. G. ODNLEY, Carpenter, Builder, and Qeneral Con tractor, JTnraov AND Goy-BTREETS, WAEWICK. '' 986 {a CABI>.] F PALMERO, OaWnet^aalMrand JJphoisterer, M&tresa , ,i Palliasse Maker, (Next door to M'Dermott's Railway Hotel), . OuT-BrartT, WARWICK. . N.JBfr-Joiner'e wort of all descriptions at teDdedtepiVDiptly.at moderate prices. SOS THE ROYAL HOTEL, ? " PAMIEBIfi-STaiET, WARWICK. J. T. LETHBRIDGE, PROPRIETOR, PRIVATE Sitting ROOMS tor FAMILIES. ' . A nRSTrCLAS8 TABLE. j Wites and Spirits only kept. GOOD Siablibo. M. letkbeidge, , BOTA1 HOTEL, ? Corner of Pa...

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The [?]virk Arg[?]s [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY JAN. 10, 1880. The Forthcoming Show. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

flit JUps. [PUBLISHED TWICE K WEEK.] WARWICK: SATURDAY JAN. 10, 1880. The Forthcoming Show-. IF our town can looJo forward .to a red letter day once in tbo year, it certainly should be found in the annual show of the Eastern Downs Horticultural and AflriciilturalSociety. it is a society in which parties or politics are iinku^wn ; lU fthorti tlio.only politics it observes is a happy species of jtartjr -feeling wllieb we weiijd-iigla/dly find porp;.widely es poused,' i£ thorough 'good ^)OlI on one gtronc side .fyr jthu .promotiou and, wcl . forming interests. Till re cently the integrity of libit feeling' bas been held wjtb a puaniinitv and patriot ism which .ha» Beciired:-",f«i' Warwick wide ^^intUie^ejAitytiomof' itk .hor ticultural ana agricultural products' of varied kind. Tho show may not in fluence the prices of beef and mutton,, or give us lower quotations .for wheat," but it awakens ; ati emulation' winopgfct our' farmers, .who ,s'^' ^jUcTj 'tieed :en coUtogefc^i (ijuji bos''&...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 10 January 1880

BIRTH.   FEVRE.--On Monday, the 5th inst., at her residence, the Albion Hotel, Palmerin- street, the wife of Hans Fevre, of a daughter.

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THE COURSE OF TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

THE C0UKSI3 UF TltAlKJ. It 18 rather gratifying to nolo at the rlosc of the year, when, oh h rulo. thingw arc dull, there arc utimis'akiible evidences of a revival in trade. It has been slowly coming, but its apnearnnco )» norie the le>B \v«iUvmo i>cc:iuse ifc has been dilatory. Auticipaliuu but! wtjJJ nigh grown honeiess upnu iiwiy disappoiut meuts, hut the gloom 'which bus so loiii^ hung over trade bus At Jwst lifted, and pooplo are bo* ginning to h»»pe that this Midden, and to Nome extent unlooked-for, revival id not a mere spurt, but the result of iutluences wjiich may impoitto it something like a tatting character. It ih reassuring, ton, to find that among .the articles for which better prii'cs have benii obtained are fefvoraj which arc imported iuto thin market from the colonies--such a* copper, tin, codec, rice, and sugar-and thut there arc indications thut wool will presently bo beuetitod. Tli« reports from the manufactur ing districts ar<? certainly in favo...

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A CURIOUS INCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

A CURIOUS INCIDENT I Connected with tbo Iobs of H,M.S, Eurydice I haw juBt occurred at ltrighton. Amongst I thoso who uorished ia the loss o< that ill-fated vosriel w.ie lad 11 timed Marclmnt, md n lad of tho same name haviug left his homo in Brightou a long lime previously iu order to j'MQ tliAt ship, bfa friends, who'liad do£ hbard from h'im eince lift loft home, mourndd for him as dead, behoving, as the nauio aud initial were the samo, and ®s tho ,dottcriptioiiB cor responded, that it their #<in who was lost. Nearly twenty months have elapsed since the disaster, when, greatly <0 thvir surprise, the lad who was regarded as dbad ioug since walkedinto Jiift home niivo and tvell, hnving travelled G5,UOO utiles sincc he hud s-Jt forth. It appeared that, iuatoa-1 of joiuiug tho Euryduv, he had joined another ship, and finally hail reached Kn^huid in tho Skahi after having visited the four coutiuuuU. . tie had not written homo, cither from waufc of oppur...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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THE AGRARIAN CONTROVERSY [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

THE AGRARIAN CONTBOVERST Continues to be carried on with ununited vehemence, and it g&h-jdq longer be alleged that tbe English people are left in ignorance of the actual Btato of the sister islaqd. It is still affirmed without qualification or.liiujta tion that a famine is impending. Hp'admis sion is maie in the resolutions possud at public meetings and by farmers' clubs thii the distress ie partial, add that' its ruiscWefs have al least been greatly: initigated.4jy the fine weather of the past few weeks. The agitation is, in truth, directed towards the attainment of an end previously marked out, and has no special reference to the facte -of Irish distress. If tho harvest in Ireland bad heen as-much bctter^han,the average, as it is probably worse, the oiiti-rent cry mi^ht have been nevertheless n^,ed.. J<or. can we that it would hare been so raised when we see that thefumnlt'iB asflorce and the olqiina of the tenants arc iib exacting In those parts of the countiy ...

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THE YOUNG PRINCE OF ABYSSINIA [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

THE YOUNG l'HINCG OF AbVSSLVIA Who caw over to this country with Captain .Speedy nflur the overthrow niul death of iiis father, Kin«; Theodore, on November 14, at, Loode, where he ivnided with Professor Jtansaine, of tho Yorkshire *Jollr»ge, who had been his tutor at llugby. Ho unseized jyitb a severe cold a week before his decease, and died of pleurisy, in hift 1 Htli your. After his arrival in this country Prince Aluuiuiyon lived with Captain Speedy for b >ine time in the Isle of Wight. Afl^r a year or two the litter fcot ail appointment Id India, und be took the hoy out with him to Oude. When it' was considered that Alumaiyou wus old enough for a public school Captain Speedy accompanied him back to England, and re ceived a present of a gold w.itch from the Queen as an honorary acknowledgment of the services in connection with his charge. The name "Alumaiyou" means " lie wh» has seen the world," and it suggested :it the time when ho wjis leaving the isolated seclusion of his ow...

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MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

MAIL NEWS. \\F. iiri.' just in rocoi|it of mir Euro pium uJvicos to the uii'l of NuvciiiIilt. n.ll'1 uli|. I!><- following ili:u).? i'rojji the Eurojxan Mail :uxl nllior L'Sfhungcs for lh» jiifnnu;Uiun of our lva U'is.

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The Treasury Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

The Treasury Retnnii. " THE quarterly and half-yearly Trea sury returns have recently been pub lished, and hare formed a subject for adverse criticism in many instances. At a first inspection of them they would suggest Miuistciial failure in a fiscal sense, for the deficit amounts to £188,483, and accordingly Mr. M'Il WRAITII and his Ministry have come in for unmeasured condemnation. But wo fail to detcct either reason or jus tisejiupouucing .on a Ministry which has only had the reins of government, for a short period simply becauso the inevitable outcome of bad times has placcd the Colonial Treasury at a dis advantage, to say nothing o? the respon sibilities of a previous Government to disclrnvgo. It is evident, however, that in taking a retrospect of the future Mr. M'ILWBAITH was a little too sanguine. His estimate for railway earnings for the whole year WPS set down at £275,000, but during the last half year alone the recoipts have fallen l»ment ably short of the estimate-to the ...

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Wreck of the Barque Scottish Knight. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GLADSTONE, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

Wreck of the Barque Scottish Knight. (FROM OUB OWN COttll^BI'OSDENT.) GLADSTONE, Juuuary 11. All last niglit, at intervals, signal guns of distress were heard at Bustard Head and at daylight the barque Scottish Knight, which left Keppel Bay Cor London on the Oth instant, was seen off the Head, apparently in a sinking state. She was signalling for a pilot, and that she had sprung :i leak. A telegram was at once despatched to Gladstone, and as seou as tlio craw of the pilot schooner could be got together, that vessel wont off to the Scottish Kuight, Pilot Seeds in charge. Upon reaching tho vessel the pilot boarded her and made sail for South Trees beach.' Mr. T. Archer and family, who wera passengers, left by boat for Rodd's Bay. The barque was grounded at South Trees beach at a quarter-past .3 o'clock in the afternoon. After the vessel had tripped hor anchor a hawser which had been taken ashore unfortunately broke, and (he barquo glided off into deep water. The pilot then grounded he...

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BAKER PASHA [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

BAKES PASHA Has been appointed Hie Majcsty'a representa tive to superintend thn introduction of vefoi ws Into. Alia Minor. Ho has now had sotuo little experience of tho ways nnd wants of Turkey i and there can ho no doulit tliat if AMul Hamid will only nupport him with tho udCe'BBary fidelity, His Majesty will have socurod a public servant who can do not a little for the reformation of Asia Minor. The confession, Uiouuli it may full far short of those which the Porto will 1)0 expected In in nice, ami though it iinmt l>c re i;n riled tie only nn eni-nest of the (.imvro intentions of tliu'Turkisli (Jovoinment, li:ik no doubt corf the ruling powers nfr Constantinople a con siderable jinnjf. Although there li.ua novel' Ween liny olij.iel.ion on the part of the Toilo to employ KuiopMii:- in ;niy or eveiy branch of the .service, it was indispensable thiit they tiionld work under orders from n native superior. It is easy to understand Hint n sentiment of amour jn-o/jfc has dictated, or,...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for any opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject personal communications unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signature of the author.] The Agricultural Show. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. [The will not be mj>oufiMe for any opinions or vieios expressed by correspon dent«. and will always reject personal coni' mitntCfUions unless on subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signa ture of the author.] The Agricultural Show. tl) THE KDITOll OF THE WARWICK AB008. SIB,-Kindly allow me a small corner in the Aryus to express my entire approval of ilr. J. D. Moconsb's lutter which I read here on Saturday last. It is erident, Sir, that the show this year will he no failure, so don't please to get thutinto your head, for I am sure the farmers all will couio even if some of the folks up at Warwick are against it. We as farmers put a great value, on the ehon, I can assure you, and quite aj^refi with Mr. Maoaneh that it iB to us an educational in stitution. There would he, I feel certain, a better show of farmers at the five different meetings ii> the yenr.of which Mr. hlacansh refers to, only we at CMfton.3jvi!'tDo faraway, and wo always feel that...

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Sydney. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

Sydney. (FROM ouil OWN COBBE8PONDENT.) January 112. Ifae Steamer Australia left Auckland last night for this port. The total number of admissions to the Ex hibition up to the 10th January, was nearly 630.000. There was a largo bush fire at Manly on Sunday, owing to the carelessness of BOUIO boys. A quantity of fencing and timber, the property of Mr. Rudman, Solicitor, was des troyed and Bevenil boys have been arrested and fined.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

MISCELLANEOUS. bis luok. He suoeeeaM, while still a young ster. to JJiebaronetcy which his icallantfattar inftrried Well, has U'ii. PU-Ucuneo i, at)4 iuiw an i of £25,060l a^w. i.y' i JButonrHMrat, in the Caterham Valley, batfJaWbeeo destroyed by fire Oqlyalittle comer of it remain*. It is, id tome.fenae, an hiltbiHc mansion foi'thoreEve'yn wrote bis «. Diary j"there the Third Napoleon lived while,46 Aitolifcttd ftetstMacaulay. resided for«onjfi,tiiap._^.-r; .-r.. ...: ; . - ""- **-*- eroded in the " M^flsudringham, "'"memory of his lloof(Grand Duch t.<sonsista of a 1 dojrMe# wWitJiefollow rojliglielored _ _. Ohfibiess of Be*s«^Mi?/tncee8 Vbt -fiteatBritain and Iretodi';*Ws itaJODUttent i& fe feoted' " ' devoted and sorrowing ; Ibrotb'fcr, Ed WBid,Prince of AVale*." > Above and below theteblet^fiije-carved these texts, "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord;" ''Thy JMiiSu^oHBBs lias succeeded in getting ?. mandamns directing Mr B. Garden, the magistrate be...

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The State of Ireland. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

The State of Ireland. TO THE EDITOB OF THE WiiiWICK XbAub. SIB,-The thanks of the people or Warwick Are due to the Mayor in his endeavors to do some good Cor the people of Ireland in their extreme distress. Itnsbano people, Doctor O'Doherty especially, deserve the thanks of all well widens to Ireland for the manner in which he has brought the condition of things In dear old Ireland before tbe.«alQPialpublic. I here is to be a meeting on Wednesday evening at the Town Hall, tor the purpose of taking steps to raise money in this locality to go towards alleviating the painfully distressed people at home, and might I appeal through your columns to every Irishman in this town and neighborhood to attend the meeting or Bbndhie mite for the relief of his suffering fellow countrymen, who are already rapidly dei'lining from sheer starvation. Large sums of money have been already subscribed it is true, but they represent a more drop in the Ocean." Therefore, aid should not only be speedily conc...

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Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

Brisbane. [FROM OUR OWK CORRESPONDENT.] January 12. Dr. Hobbs' losidence was catered early on Sunday morning. Dresses, jewellery* &c., were taken to tlio value of £30.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

TO THE EDITOR OF THE WARWICK ABGU8. DEAB SIB,-In looking over your report of tbc British and Foreign Biblo Societies meet ing, I see that tny name is mentioned as speaking from the rear end of the Hall, but in justice to someone else I beg to inform you that I had not the pleasure . of being at the meeting, but X may say tfaut the Bpeaker. whoever ho was, mode a very vise Buggex (ion. I for one did not know (here was a branch of the Society in Warwick until I saw the report, of the meeting in your paper, and on reading it could not help, coming to the conclusion that had tlio committee been a little more active they might have submitted ft more cheering financial statement. It iB a glorious work fiic Society is doing, and de* serves the warmest support of thecommunity, as tho best means of overcoming idolatry ig. norance and superstition, for I believe that the Bible, free and untrammelled, isthe grea test Bource of good on this earth to mankind, for the more it is studied and acted...

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The London Market LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 13 January 1880

The London Market I LONDON, January 10. Tallow (boef) is quoted at 37B. and mutton 4 e. 6d.

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